Dealing with co-ownership in residential conveyancing

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  • Intermediate
  • Released 4th Jun 2021
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This 1-hour title will examine relevant case law and the problems of advising co-owners.

Learning objectives:

  • Avoiding conflicts of interest
  • Ensuring full and proper instructions are received from clients
  • The use of co-ownership questionnaires
  • Advising on joint tenancies – explaining survivorship and severance
  • Advising on tenancies in common and the use of deeds of trusts
  • Using Land Registry Form JO
  • Exploring what causes claims and complaints in co-ownership

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Ian Quayle

Managing Director • IQ Legal Training Limited

Ian qualified as a solicitor and went into private practice specialising in commercial property. Ian then established two successful residential conveyancing teams before reverting back into commercial property.

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